In Plain Sight by Marie Harte

In Plain Sight by Marie Harte
Publisher: Samhain Publishing
Genre: Contemporary, Paranormal
Length: Short Story (84 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 5 Cherries
Review by Fern

In a choice between fight or flight, love makes the final decision.

A Cougar Falls story.

Cullen Whitefeather is Ac-taw –a fierce golden eagle shapeshifter. The ultimate predator, he doesn’t shy away from confrontation…unless it involves one tempting, smart-mouthed woman. The woman destined to be his mate. The woman who doesn’t even know he’s alive.

Sarah Duncan made one mistake years ago and hasn’t stopped paying for it since. Tired of the town’s treatment, she finally tells the truth about what really happened and pays a hard price. Her clan wants to silence her. Permanently.

Rescue comes from a completely unexpected source—Cullen, a man who can barely seem to string two sentences together. Yet his fierce protectiveness, compassion, and bewitching touch are worth more than a thousand words.

With Sarah so close, Cullen is losing his mind—and his heart. She says she wants to leave, and the raptors want her gone. But if there’s one thing Cullen’s good at, it’s a fight. And he’s not letting her go without one.

Warning: this book contains explicit sex, a woman done wrong, birds of prey, sexy men who can’t talk to women, and red hot lovin’ that’ll make you wish you could fly.

If you’re looking for a sizzling romance that will captivate and snare your heart, In Plain Sight is just for you. Marie Harte has created an amazing world where shifters of all kinds exist, in a place as beautiful as it is dangerous.

Sarah Duncan is a woman that learned an awful lesson as an impulsive teenager. She’s attempted to move forward in her life, unwilling to let it keep her down. But a bad encounter at Fox’s Henhouse diner ousts her, and she finds herself on the receiving end of some lethal pent up aggression. Cullen Whitefeather is a solitary Ac-taw shifter that comes to town each day for one reason – to see the woman he can’t get out of his mind. Sarah is his mate, though she doesn’t know it. When she finds herself in a spot of trouble, he intervenes, and sets destiny in motion.

I truly loved this story. It’s got so many wonderful elements. There is the Montana backdrop, the multitude of shifters, the amazing characters, the combustible chemistry between the protagonists, and of course, those secondary characters you can’t help but want to know more about. There is so much here, even at the novella length, and a reader will walk away more than satisfied. But the reason I can’t get it out of my mind is the love story between Sarah and Cullen. They are very memorable and will make you smile again and again.

A definite must read and something to be enjoyed more than once. In Plain Sight is going on my keeper shelf!

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